This makes sense scientifically, although I personally believe what temperature you set your thermostat to is personal preference rather than body composition.
Body mass index or BMI measures body fat percentages based on height plus weight. This measure is not consistently 100% accurate, because muscle weighs more than fat. People who are unquestionably muscular such as body builders may have high body mass index even though they have a low body fat percentage. I recently read a learn that stated people with high body mass indexes prefer colder un-even temperatures. In this learn the term colder un-even temperatures referred to both outdoor plus indoor temperature. The learn stated that people who have high BMIs would prefer to live in a chilly environment that requires heat in the Winter seasons. The learn also concluded that people with high BMIs set their thermostats to unquestionably low numbers in the Summer. On average thermostats were set to below 71 degrees in this study. The research article explained that when people have more fat on their body, they respectfully run boiling due to the insulation that fat provides for their body. This makes sense scientifically, although I personally believe what temperature you set your thermostat to is personal preference rather than body composition. I am someone with a low BMI, plus I personally set our thermostat to a low temperature in the Summer because I get boiling easily. I also assume that the temperature people set their thermostat has to do with how pressing saving currency is to them. People who are trying to save currency on their electric bill respectfully will not set their thermostat to a super low temperature in the Summer or to a super high temperature in the Winter season.